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Problem 22 22 of 27 > Scuba divers who suffer from decompression sickness are treated in hyperbaric chambers using heliox (21 % Oxygen, 79% helium) at pressures up to 150 psi Review I Constants I Periodic Table Part A 21102 1990 te - 10090 Calculate the partial pressure of O2 (in mmHg) in a hyperbaric chamber under these conditions. Express your answer using two significant figures. VAp ? Po2 = mmHg I5opsi Submit Request Answer Next Provide Feedback P Pearson Contact Us Terms of Usel Privacy PolicyI Permissions Copyright 2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved.

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Scuba divers who suffer from decompression
sickness are treated in hyperbaric chambers using
heliox (21 % Oxygen, 79% helium) at pressures up
to 150 psi
Review I Constants I Periodic Table
Part A
21102 1990 te - 10090
Calculate the partial pressure of O2 (in mmHg) in a hyperbaric chamber under these conditions.
Express your answer using two significant figures.
VAp
?
Po2 =
mmHg
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Transcribed Image Text:Problem 22 22 of 27 > Scuba divers who suffer from decompression sickness are treated in hyperbaric chambers using heliox (21 % Oxygen, 79% helium) at pressures up to 150 psi Review I Constants I Periodic Table Part A 21102 1990 te - 10090 Calculate the partial pressure of O2 (in mmHg) in a hyperbaric chamber under these conditions. Express your answer using two significant figures. VAp ? Po2 = mmHg I5opsi Submit Request Answer Next Provide Feedback P Pearson Contact Us Terms of Usel Privacy PolicyI Permissions Copyright 2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved.
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